Charlottesville, Va. and the Apostle John

Racism and “White Nationalism” Have No Place in 21st Century America by Pastor Paul J. Bern To view this in any browser, click here! 🙂 I once saw a one-hour documentary on cable TV (back in the days when I still watched TV) that was all about neo-Nazi skinheads, their swastika tattoos and flags, and […]

Book excerpt #5 from my recent release, “Cannabis Legalization and the Bible: Compatible or Not?”

“Cannabis Legalization and the Bible: Compatible or Not?” written and published by Rev. Paul J. Bern Now available in audio too, simply click here! 🙂 Watch the video at https://youtu.be/o_UXdIsBuf8 The War On Drugs does more harm than good Here we are, well over four decades after Richard Nixon declared the war on drugs in […]

My Deepening Concerns for the State of America

One Step Closer to Armed Revolt: My Deepening Concerns by Pastor Paul J. Bern Having trouble viewing this? Click Here! 🙂 The attempted assassinations of a handful of congressional representatives, senators and their staff members this past week confirms the suspicions of many, including myself, that the fabric of our country is coming undone. Senator […]

Our modern world in prophecy from long ago

A Description of Our Modern World From 2,700 Years Ago by Pastor Paul J. Bern To view this on my website, click here! 🙂 For my first posting of this new year I’m feeling God nudging me – well okay, I mean encouraging me – to compose another warning about the tumultuous times that are […]

Using God’s Word to Fight Back

Ways to Fight Back Against an Evil and Dangerous World By Rev. Paul J. Bern America’s electoral process plows ahead towards what could turn out to be a Constitutional meltdown, although I sure hope not. Meanwhile, ever greater numbers of our senior citizens live into their 100’s while mired in poverty. The horrific specter of […]

The police and the courts turn misfortune into a crime

Criminalizing America’s Poor and People of Color by Rev. Paul J. Bern The number of laws criminalizing poverty and race are increasing as police shootings and homelessness worsens in America. From 2006 to 2012 there was a 12 percent increase in laws prohibiting camping out in public places, a 14 percent increase in laws prohibiting […]

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Five Hundred Dead Cannot Be Ignored by Rev. Paul J. Bern The United States of America, together with the city of Chicago, has passed a gruesome and heinous milestone this past week. As of this past Friday, September 9th, 2016, 500 people have been shot to death in Chicago so far this year, and we […]